Raw Milk

SF's first raw milk coffeeshop opens (raw milk pending)

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After a successful Kickstarter campaign, Drip'd Coffee is pouring gibraltars and cappucinos on Ninth Avenue and Irving. But one piece of the puzzle remains. The small shop intends to be San Francisco's first raw milk coffee bar -- but is still pouring pasteurized moo for the moment. "We're essentially on a waiting list for spots to open up," co-owner Chris Morell writes in an email to the Bay Guardian.

"I've been a drinker of raw milk for years," Morell continues. "After a while, the merge of my coffee craft and raw milk logically came together." He and co-owner Tae Kim -- the two met years ago in the videogame industry -- have set up shop alongside enviro-friendly cleaning supply shop Green11 with their refurbished vintage La Marzocco GS/2 espresso machine, use Sightglass beans, and are now open Friday through Sunday (Fri. and Sat., 8am-2pm; Sun. 9am-3pm).

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